Remove the tech or face the courts, threaten privacy advocates
No more nukes, but North Korea seems happy to keep hacking
But how firm created a workaround remains a grey area
Definitely not a surveillance thing, honest
Move will stop law enforcement from extracting data from locked iDevices
Okta claims flaw has potential to affect all Mac users
And you thought the death of net neutrality sucked?
New App Store rules are GDPR compliant, reminding us that they weren't before
Phone flogger scores the first post-GDPR blunder
LIBE says agreement should be canned until the US complies in full
Watchdog concludes firm failed to adequately protect user data
ADB.Miner threat slurps 100 per cent of the gadgets' processing power
You can run but you can't hide... probably
Faith in Bitcoin could start to fade
CVE-2018-5002 flaw is being actively exploited in the wild
Glitch was live on the scandal-ridden site between 18 and 22 May
Hutchins calls 'bullshit' on new charges that 'reset the clock' in legal case
Device-borking malware is worse than we first thought
So much for a relaxed nation of beer and barbie, me tucker
Your DNA is safe though, for now...
Whistleblower claims the 'world is a better place' following revelations
APIs also allowed device-makers to access friends' data without consent
Dutch court throws out Consumentenbond's complaint
Whoop! Whoop! That's the sound of your hard drive crashing
Security firm claims 'behavioural profiling' can identify wearable wearers
Security firm's arguments are thrown out as 'worthless'
It's the first version of Google's browser to offer WebAuthn support by default
Karim Baratov was also fined $250,000 for his involvement
Boffins reckon the robot is 'astonishingly insecure' and a potential cyber menace
Prominent campaigner Max Schrems says policies don't go far enough
Prolific Brit hacker also targeted Asda, Barclays, BA and Ladbrokes
And big fines could be levied against those that don't comply
But don't worry - it's being Saved For Later
Probably hasn't got permission to email everyone and warn them
Facebook is still collaborating where it can
Diane Abbot denies involvement in counting
Google claims to have already settled. Claimants disagree.
'Discredited people become bankrupt' warns former research director
Get the blighters living in fear of the state nice and early, seemingly
How difficult is it to implement a bit of password protection...
Incident exposed the personal details of 19,500 students, staff and alumni
Mega-leak blamed on API authentication flaw in third-party tracking site demo
McAfee claims campaign is the work of 'Sun Team', rather than Lazarus
It'll further shame sites that don't use it instead
Shift comes as part of Russian firm's 'global transparency initiative'
Firm wants congressman to develop a less onerous 'third way' for data privacy
'myPersonality' app stored data on unsecured website for four years